Between Anarchism and Marxism: the beginnings and ends of the schism …

  title={Between Anarchism and Marxism: the beginnings and ends of the schism …},
  author={Benjamin Franks},
  journal={Journal of Political Ideologies},
  pages={207 - 227}
  • B. Franks
  • Published 28 May 2012
  • Economics
  • Journal of Political Ideologies
This paper analyses the development of the schism between Marxism and anarchism and explores two distinct methodological approaches to investigating these apparently discrete ideologies: one is derived from analytic political philosophy; the other is an adaptation of Michael Freeden's conceptual approach. The former views the division between Marxism and anarchism as the result of a clear distinction in universal principles, an account that is found to be flawed. Using the alternative… 
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